Media Advisory Britain’s top divorce lawyer in NYC, available for interview/guest requests

Examples of topics Ayesha is able to speak about include commentary on marriage and divorce in the US, from an English perspective; celebrity divorces; the importance of pre-nuptial agreements; and, why London is the best place on earth to get divorced (that is, provided you’re not the moneyed party in the marriage!). Ayesha is most famous for her landmark victory last year in the divorce case of Katrin Radmacher, the German heiress, whose French ex-husband challenged their prenuptial agreement, which wasn’t legally binding in London. She successfully had the agreement recognised by the English Supreme Court in the biggest family law case ever to be heard there, bringing the UK more into line with the US and Europe with regards to couples being able to define the division of assets on divorce, without state interference. Her firm, Vardags, is now the go-to solicitors in the UK for big-money and celebrity divorces. Ayesha is a consummate media commentator across television, radio and print. Examples of her previous broadcasts are available to view from these links… Bloomberg: http://www.bloomberg.com/video/63856982/ BBC News: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pxppQi7C6g Sky News: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0VG4JMEahY CBS News: http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=3820416n%3fsource=search_video A full portfolio of all of Ayesha’s press is available from here: http://vardags.com/press-page/ To arrange guest appearances or interviews with Ayesha Vardag in New York, please contact: Richard Powell – Presswire Office: +44 207 754 0050 Mobile: +44 778 680 6951 Email: richard.powell@presswire.com Note: Ayesha Vardag graduated from Cambridge University with Honours in Law and from Brussels with a Master’s in European Law, working at the International Courts of Justice in the Hague and the UN(IAEA) in Vienna. She then trained and qualified as a finance lawyer at Linklaters London and Moscow on power station and diamond mine projects, before moving on to capital markets work at New York law firm Weil Gotshal & Manges. Ayesha was called to the Bar in 1999 and joined 4 New Square chambers, then crossed to family law at Sears Tooth. She founded Ayesha Vardag Solicitors (http://www.vardags.com) in 2005. ENDS